By  on November 11, 2013

LONDON — Marks & Spencer is pushing deeper into India.

The British retailer on Monday confirmed that it is set to have about 80 stores open in the region by 2016 as part of its strategy to become a leading international, multichannel retailer. The plan is to double its store presence in India with partner Reliance Retail, and the move will see the country become M&S’ largest market outside of the U.K.

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